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Differential antigen requirements for protection against systemic and intranasal vaccinia virus challenges in mice.
The heterogeneity of human antibody responses to vaccinia virus revealed through use of focused protein arrays.
Effect of vaccination with modified vaccinia Ankara (ACAM3000) on subsequent challenge with Dryvax.
Safety and immunogenicity of modified vaccinia Ankara in hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients: a randomized, controlled trial.
Safety and immunogenicity of modified vaccinia Ankara (ACAM3000): effect of dose and route of administration.
Immunogenicity of recombinant Modified Vaccinia Ankara following a single or multi-dose vaccine regimen in rhesus monkeys.
Thy1+ NK [corrected] cells from vaccinia virus-primed mice confer protection against vaccinia virus challenge in the absence of adaptive lymphocytes.
Recruitment and expansion of dendritic cells in vivo potentiate the immunogenicity of plasmid DNA vaccines.
HIV/AIDS Vaccine Candidates Based on Replication-Competent Recombinant Poxvirus NYVAC-C-KC Expressing Trimeric gp140 and Gag-Derived Virus-Like Particles or Lacking the Viral Molecule B19 That Inhibits Type I Interferon Activate Relevant HIV-1-Specific B and T Cell Immune Functions in Nonhuman Primates.
First-in-Human Randomized, Controlled Trial of Mosaic HIV-1 Immunogens Delivered via a Modified Vaccinia Ankara Vector.
Replication-Competent NYVAC-KC Yields Improved Immunogenicity to HIV-1 Antigens in Rhesus Macaques Compared to Nonreplicating NYVAC.
Priming with a Potent HIV-1 DNA Vaccine Frames the Quality of Immune Responses prior to a Poxvirus and Protein Boost.